Vim and Veuve: Top women bosses in SA tell how it’s done

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Vim and Veuve: Top women bosses in SA tell how it’s done

Leading female entrepreneurs open up about success

Lucienne van Pul

This year, for the first time, Maison Veuve Clicquot presented an international barometer that maps out the  state of female entrepreneurship, shedding light on common prejudices, mental and structural barriers to be overcome, and how to get beyond them.

Three of SA’s leading women entrepreneurs – Amanda Dambuza, Kholisa Thomas and Lala Tuku – who were at the round table event tell of their entrepreneurship journeys and share what they've learned about becoming a success in the business world. 

Amanda Dambuza, founder and CEO of project management company Uyandiswa..

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